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Best views on guided surgery

Successful implant treatment is the result of a precise and well planned surgical procedure. State-of-the-art computer-guided implant treatment solutions allow for restorative driven implant treatment with outstanding prosthetic results as planned. Confident implant placement Within the...

Applying digital dentistry for fixed restorations

David Guichet, USA Treatment of this patient utilized digital processes and multiple merged data sets to make planning and treatment more accurate and efficient. In addition, it enabled creation of fixed dental restorations that are...

Immediate implant restorations by CAD/CAM

Restorative-driven digital treatment approach with patient-specific temporization at implant placement Immediate restoration and immediate loading of dental implants are scientifically proven concepts for restoring edentulous or partly edentulous jaws and single tooth cases. Today’s digital planning...

How to critically review clinical documentation

For most patients, getting a dental implant is a major, often crucial, decision. They expect – and deserve – a solution that functions throughout their lives, one that helps restore their quality of life....

Esthetics and satisfaction for your patients

Results that give you peace of mind Providing your patients with optimal esthetics is a critical factor of successful dental implant therapy and key to their satisfaction and improved quality of life. Studies measuring esthetics...

A uniquely shaped implant for situations with a sloped ridge

Follow nature’s contour Situations with sloped ridges have traditionally meant a compromise between buccal and lingual marginal bone preservation and esthetics. With the introduction of the OsseoSpeed Profile EV implant, this clinical challenge is solved....

Stable soft tissue and marginal bone maintenance

Continuing to challenge with sound science Achieving beautiful, natural-looking esthetics for your implant patients requires biological sustainability—the harmony of marginal bone and surrounding soft tissue over time. This harmony exists when all the elements of an...
Xive Implants

10-year follow-up on Xive implants

A first long-term, prospective study with 10-year follow-up on Xive implants, where as many as 74% of the initially included patients attended the 10-year visit, has recently been published in Clinical Oral Implants Research. This...

Clinical documentation on OsseoSpeed Profile implants

Scientific Review Following tooth extraction or tooth loss, alveolar ridge remodeling occurs as the bone heals. This remodeling appears to be a consequence of the adaptation of bone mass and structure to the new levels...

Ankylos long-term evaluation over 20 years

The Ankylos implant system has remained largely unchanged in design and function since its launch in 1987. Read about studies that confirm the clinical long-term success of this system. Studies confirm the clinical long-term success...